WhatTheFont uses Artificial intelligence to identify fonts in a design. Great for designers, crafters and anyone who loves typography. Perfect for when you see a great design and want to identify the fonts, or when your client sends you an image but doesn't know what fonts were used.
Alternative products to FontJoy
Fontjoy finds interesting font pairings using the embedding layer of a neural net. Click a button and a unique pairing is served up on our minimal interface.
15 alternative and related products to FontJoy
Easy to use tool for finding the perfect free Google Fonts for your project. Features a curated selection of the best typefaces that Google offers, as well as precise filters and direct comparison tools. Especially good for finding unique fonts such as ultra-thin or slab style.
We scraped the top hunts. Which fonts and font combinations do they use?
* Lots of system fonts
* Lots of Google Fonts
* A long tail of the misspelled fonts
* Shockingly, no Comic Sans!
Finally, some websites use Helvetica and Arial on the same page which raises the question of *font shaming*, a term coined by @tylerlastovich
Wonderful font manager for Mac
Typeface is a wonderful font manager for macOS that helps you pick the perfect type for your designs. A minimal interface and total focus on your fonts makes browsing your collection exciting and easy. And Typeface 2 lets you efficiently organize even the largest collections with new powerful font management features.
Speakeasy is a 5-font combo thematically built as a toolset
Speakeasy is a 5-font combo thematically built as a toolset for designing menus and liquor labels but also for coffees, restaurants and signs that communicate with style.
For a limited time, you can get this gorgeous typeface for 50% off with code 'producthunt50'!
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